As our world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, following are resources, guidelines and other information for you and your family. This pandemic continues to be a fluid situation with mandates and guidelines changing often. For the latest news, please call City Offices, 937-748-4343.


For State of Ohio information, click here
o download a resource list of local and state servicesclick here.
For information on Gov. DeWine's Responsible Restart Ohio click here.

Phase 1B of Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccination program starts Jan. 19, 2021 

Vaccinations for the entire phase are scheduled to begin on the following:

Week of Jan. 18: Ohioans 80 and older
Week of Jan. 25: Ohioans 75 and older; people with severe medical conditions
Week of Feb. 1: Ohioans 70 and older; K-12 staff and personnel 
Week of Feb. 8: Ohioans 65 and older

The Ohio Department of Health announced a statewide list of vaccine providers by countyProviders in Springboro include Discount Drug Mart, 240 W. Central Ave. and Kroger Pharmacy, 725 W. Central Ave. You must schedule an appointment through a provider.

Vaccines will be administered by physicians, local health departments, hospitals, federally qualified health centers, in-home health service providers, and some retail pharmacies. 

Statewide mandate for face coverings: July 23, 2020

Gov. Mike DeWine issued a statewide face-covering mandate to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), which went into effect Thursday, July 23. The mask mandate is for all people in public spaces over the age of 10. Masks must be worn at all times when:
At an indoor location that’s not a residence;
Outdoors, when unable to keep 6 feet social distance from those not in your household; or
When waiting for, riding, driving or operating public transportation, taxis, car services or private rideshares.
However, the mask order excludes:
Those with a medical condition or a disability or those communicating with someone with a disability;
Those who are actively exercising or playing sports;
Those who are officiants at religious services;
Those who are actively involved in public safety; or
Those who are actively eating or drinking.
The Governor’s office urges older Ohioans and others at high risk to stay home and for citizens to wear face masks, practice social distancing and stay home as much as possible to limit the spread of COVID-19. View the latest State of Ohio COVID-19 information here.

City of Springboro Responds to COVID-19
Your City has also responded to this pandemic, working to keep you safe, while maintaining the highest level of service you expect. It is important that we carry on City business as best we can. Together and through many community partnerships, we continue to come up with creative solutions and find new and innovative ways to offer services, which include:

• All customers entering our building must wear a mask per the July 23 mandate by Gov. DeWine.
 Equipping our city buildings with hand sanitizer and masks and installing clear barriers at open reception desks
• Encouraging the practice of official distancing and limiting in-person contact by offering and expanding our services to residents via the use of email, phone appointments, Zoom meetings and more. 
 Offering video review of homeowner and contractor work by our Building Department
• Offering online assistance for taxes, permits and other services through our website
• Partnering with the Springboro Chamber of Commerce on a business stimulus program that provided grants to local businesses to offset the economic impact as of result of the pandemic. In total, $106,000 was distributed to 38 Springboro businesses.  Gift certificates are available in $25 increments here.
•  Partnering with local churches and the Springboro Community Assistance Center (SCAC) to create a Community Resource list for outreach, food, errands and more for residents in need
 • Our Police Department participated with all other Warren County Police Agencies to develop schedule protocols, personal protective equipment, deployment strategies and tactics to protect all officers and worked with Warren County Emergency Services to ensure all staff was kept up to date with the latest information disseminated by the federal or state governments.